i7-9700k + MSI Vega 56 + Bequiet Darkbase 900

warhammer73

New member
Hello,

I'm using an i7-9700 and a MSI Vega 56.
Specially the Vega card is very loud so I think about to change the cooling of the card.
One way could be an morpeus air cooler.

But I would prefer a water cooler system.
Any recommendations? As I have a lot of hard drives I think I need a very thin cooler for the front, right?

Main goal should be a silent and cold system inside, not really the overclocking.
 

Vanzin

Support
Staff member
HI

which graphics card do you have? We need the full name of the GPU or the PCB number to check if we have an water block in our assortment.

Do you want a custom loop or an AiO?
 

warhammer73

New member
It's an MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8G OC.

Doesn't matter for me. Are there AiO for CPU AND GPU or will it be 2 separate systems?
 

Vanzin

Support
Staff member
HI ,

if you go for AIOs you can use these two articles.


Both of them can be combined so you have one loop.

If you want an custom Loop let me know and i will send you some links to the products.
 

warhammer73

New member
Thanks so far. And it will work to combine both? What happened with the pumps? Will they work both or just one? Are the tubes long enough?

Could you send me also an recommendation for a custom loop?
 

Vanzin

Support
Staff member
HI as I told you both products can be combined together. We recommend to run both pumps to have a higher water flow. The tubes have a lenght og 32cm. I will send you later links for the custom Layouts.
 

Vanzin

Support
Staff member
So here are some links for an custom loop:
2x https://www.alphacool.com/shop/radiatoren/radiatoren-aktiv/12343/alphacool-nexxxos-st30-full-copper-240mm-radiator
2x https://www.alphacool.com/shop/anschluesse/anschluesse-1310/20676/alphacool-eiszapfen-13/10mm-anschraubtuelle-g1/4-deep-black-sixpack?c=20654
4x https://www.alphacool.com/shop/luefter/luefter/4781/noiseblocker-nb-multiframe-m12-p-pwm-120x120x25mm?c=20552
 

warhammer73

New member
Many thanks.

Will be the 240mm radiators big enough? Is it possible to use one 360mm in the upper space instead of one 240mm?

And (sorry) the last question:
Can I combine the AIO Eiswolf with some custom components later?
 
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Vanzin

Support
Staff member
HI,

2 240mm radiators are the minimum which you would need. If you can mount a bigger one you can do. Then you can run the fans with lower RPM .
You could also combine the Eiswolf with custom parts but you will still need an 2nd pump, since the pump alone is not strong enough for an full custom loop.
 
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